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Fairweather and Sons of Scott Street.
William Fairweather[http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/tm/scholarly/tei-Cyc05Cycl-t1-body1-d2-d21-d13.html] was born in Scotland to John and Isabella in about 1842. He came out to New Zealand in 1876 on the Rangitiki[http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/tm/scholarly/tei-Bre01Whit-t1-body-d169.html] with his wife Christina McKay and daughter...Read more about "Fairweather and Sons of Scott Street."...
Sergeant William Mason
New Zealand's early police officers were well known in the towns which they watched over. Often they would go out of their way to gain the public's trust...Read more about "Sergeant William Mason"...
Picton Cement Works
There was a time when Picton[sitetree_link,id=195] was a busy industrial town, with the fishing industry, sardine cannery, freezing works, railway workshops and whaling station within reach, wharves serving overseas...Read more about "Picton Cement Works"...
Rev. T.D. Nicholson
The Rev. Thomas Dickson Nicholson was the first Presbyterian Minister of Nelson and Marlborough. Rev. T.D. Nicholson Rev. T.D. Nicholson, Marlborough Museum Click to enlarge He was born at...Read more about "Rev. T.D. Nicholson"...
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